since this provider discontinued free ftp uploads, newest
UQLX version is now somewhere at Sourceforge :
sorry, news and other goodies not browseable atm.
Welcome to the
**old** UQLX Home Page
UQLX is a software emulator emulating a Sinclair QL on Unix/X
and similar systems.
UQLX is now in late alpha stadium, it deals very well with most
QL software and works on most Unix-like architectures. Emphasis
is to achieve useful integration of modern QDOS into Unix/X
environment but also runs many old games.
Some of the supported features are:
There are some interesting extensions designed to deal with the possibilities
provided by the host(unix) OS, and to combine the best of both worlds.
Some of the possibilities are:
- up to 16 MB RAM
- floppy disk and QXL.WIN images/devices
- access to the host(Unix) filesystem(s) including subdirectories
- mouse emulation
- serial and printer ports
- access to long pathnames - up to 4096 chars (if your Unix allows :))
- HUGE screens support!
- little GUI with paste
- start and control Unix applications from QDOS via the 'pty_' device driver
- access Unix environment variables from QDOS
- use of the emulator as Unix script command
- access to command line arguments
- forking(cloning) of the emulator
- easy access to all Unix files
- TCP/IP devices for QDOS
- unix sockets
Browse UQLX documentation
or Download UQLX (***old, see link above***):
DUE TO THE UTTER BROKENNES OF GEOCITIES I hat to pack the ".tar.bz2" archives into ".zip". This
adds only few bytes but is rather "less userfriendly". So first you need to unzip that and then
proceed as usually..
Complete UQLX Package
Package without ROMS
... without ROMS and DOCS
Summary of Recent Changes in UQLX
Please let me know if you download UQLX or are interested to receive news about UQLX
and updates of it -
rdzidlic at linux-m68k dot org
View UQLX News/Chatroom/Guestbook
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